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In silico ADMET Traffic Lights and PhysChem Scores and Their Application to Kinase Inhibitors
Mario Lobell, Computational Chemist, Bayer HealthCare, speaking at Virtual Discovery, 2007
Date Posted: Wednesday, February 06, 2008
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